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Class0112.pdf PSY110 Ray Winters Intro to Psychology

Barbi Della Polla
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Introduction to Psychology
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Barbi Della Polla on Friday February 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSY110 Ray Winters Intro to Psychology at University of Miami taught by Ray Winters in Fall2014. Since its upload, it has received 128 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Psychology in Psychlogy at University of Miami.

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Date Created: 02/13/15
Class 0112 Chapter 6 Thermochemistry Relationship between a chemical reaction and energy Nature of Energy energy affects matter Energy work force x distance Heat is the ow of energy cause by a difference in temperature Energy can be exchanged between objects through contact Energy capacity to do work Work action of a force through a distance Energy Kinetic due to motion Ex electric heat or thermal light or radiant Potential due to position or composition Ex nuclear chemical Thermal associated with temperature Type of kinetic energy because it arises from the motion of the individual atoms or molecules that make up an object Conversion of Energy The law of conservation of energy the energy cannot be created nor destroyed The total amount of energy present at the beginning must be present at the end The amount of energy gained or lost by the system has to be equal to the amount of energy lost or gained by the surroundings System process within which we are studying the energy changes within Surroundings everything else with which the system can exchange energy KE m2 12 1j1kgm2 s2 1 kilowatthour 360 X 1 6 1 calorie 4164 joules 1 calorie 4154 joules


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